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Git Media has recently showed 2 Honeycomb-Powered Android Tablets

Posted on 15 September 2011 by Android

Git Media Group are releasing 2 new Android tablets, pictured below, which are both powered by the latest Honeycomb Android 3.0 operating system. Both systems feature quite impressive specs, both android tablets are identical on the outside but different on the inside. The main different being the different CPU each tablet uses.

The SURGE tablet has the newest Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core CPU processor while the the PRO tablet uses the latest Samsung Dual Core Exynos 4210 CPU (which has Native triple play), both of these processors are considered to be the best the industry currently has to offer. Seeing as the biggest distinction in any computer is the CPU, GIT choose to focus on what really matters when it comes to making a computer faster and better, which is the first thing a customer looks for when they choose a brand.

Other key features include a huge 250GB Seagate internal HD for great multimedia capability. With this kind of space, you wont be in fear of being out of space to load your favorite movies, songs or pictures. The display has a widescreen 1280X768 HD resolution and is capacitive , so you can multitouch. BOth android tablets also include 1GB of RAM and a few other options that GIT Media Group feels are standard like WI-FI ( with optional 3G), USB support, HDMI output, GPS, Bluetooth and the list goes on….

GIT will start pre-selling these units immediately right on their website, all pre-sales will come with a complementary gift: either a leather case and wireless Bluetooth keyboard for your android tablet or an extended warranty (total 3 years), both having a value of around $100. But this is a Limited time offer which ends 10.15.2011.

So don’t wait and pre-order today!

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